Sedalia Police crime reports 10-11-18

Sedalia Police took a burglary report on Monday from a woman who owns a vacant residence at 1912 S. Quincy. According to the report, someone entered the house over the weekend and removed two window-AC units and one stove. No suspects have been identified.


 

On Tuesday afternoon, a woman reported that someone entered her unlocked vehicle while parked at Goody's Steakburgers, 901 S. Limit. Taken from her vehicle was cash, a WIC card and a vape box.


 

On Tuesday afternoon, a Sedalia woman reported someone stole her debit card info and purchased $234.74 of goods in Kent, Washington.


 

On Tuesday afternoon, a woman turned in a set of keys that was found in the roadway in the 2400 block of West Main. The damaged keys appeared to have been run over several times by cars. The keys were placed into evidence by police.


 

On Wednesday at 6 a.m., Casey's General Store #18, 3050 S. Limit, reported a gas drive-off. The complainant provided police with a vehicle description and a license number of the suspect.


 

On Monday, WalMart, 3201 W. Broadway, reported to police that someone purchased an iPad, valued at $329, on Sept. 30, then returned the box to the store the next day on Sept. 31, claiming the box was empty when he opened it. The subject was refunded the entire amount of the purchase. A later investigation by WalMart showed that the box was factory sealed at the time of purchase, indicating that the suspect stole from the store by deception. The suspect has since been identified, but not yet contacted at the time of the report.


 

Sedalia Police were called to do a welfare check on an intoxicated woman with a broken bottle by CVS Pharmacy, 100 E. Broadway, on Monday morning just before 9 a.m. According to a report, 51-year-old Elena Garcia Hickman was found sitting in the corner upon officers' arrival. An investigation showed she allegedly stole wine from CVS. Hickman was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail on a charge of stealing with a prior history.


 

Sedalia Police assisted another agency with a call at 307 E. Boonville on Monday evening just before 8 p.m. Investigation led the officer to 401 E. Boonville, where he contacted the suspect, 35-year-old Joel Mason Burrows of Sedalia, who was wanted on a Pettis County warrant. Burrows was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail.


 

On Tuesday morning, a person complained to police that an unknown male subject approached him, threatened and harassed him while he was shopping at Woods Supermarket, 701 E. Broadway. The suspect was not identified in the report.


 

Sedalia Police conducted a warrant checkat 3:34 a.m. Wednesday in the 900 block of E. 5th. Investigation revealed that 25-year-old Kalah Dawn Lindsey of Sedalia was wanted on a Pettis County probation violation (4th degree domestic assault). Lindsey was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. She was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail on a total bond amount of $2,500, cash or surety.


 

On Wednesday, a Sedalia subject reported that there were two fraudulent charges on their account. One was for $80.40 and another was for $116.90. The victim is willing to prosecute.


 

A warrant check in the 1400 block of S. Kentucky on Wednesday revealed that 34-year-old Alexandria M. Bates was wanted on three Pettis County warrants. Once confirmed, Bates was taken into custody and transported to the Pettis County Jail on a total bond amount of $20,000 cash or surety.


 

On Wednesday morning, a woman reported that the rear window on her 2005 Dodge Caravan was shattered overnight in the 1400 block of Moniteau.

Late Wednesday morning, a woman reported to police that a person known to her her pointed a gun at her head and chest, trying to obtain money from her for a family debt in the 300 block of W. 7th. The suspect also stole her cell phone, valued at $65. The suspect has not yet been located.


 

On Tuesday night just after 9 p.m., police responded to a disturbance in the 1600 block of W. 16th. A check of one of the parties revealed that 18-year-old Jonathan Delvon Brown of Sedalia was in possession of meth-related paraphernalia. Brown was taken to the Pettis County Jail, where he was booked and released. His court date is TBA.


 

On Monday at 10:26 p.m., Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop at Main and Industrial on a gray Mazda SUV for a defective tail light. A computer check of the driver revealed that 34-year-old Calvin Lee Duncan of Sedalia was driving while revoked and was also wanted on six Tipton warrants. Duncan was taken into custody and transported to Syracuse, where he was turned over to Tipton Police. His court date is TBA.


 

On Tuesday just before midnight, Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop on a silver Chevy Malibu after the officer detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle in the 2100 block of W. Broadway. A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana and a marijuana grinder. 32-year-old Lacey Nicole Culver of Sedalia was issued two Municipal summons for court on Nov. 14, and released from the scene.

Randy Kirby